Bank of America's Dead Drop To Rick Perry: "We Will Help You Out"

Tyler Durden's picture

Should we be surprised, frightened, disgusted or simply say "we knew it", that in the informal mixer just after Texas Governor and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry spoke at a Politics and Eggs breakfast in Bedford, New Hampshire, an unknown gentlemen approaches a casual Perry like an Ian Flemming character, and proceeds to dead drop the following: "Bank of America... We will help you out"... and silently moves on. At least we know now who is funding what, and whose interests potential future president Perry will be paid to defend.

Fast forward to precisely 40 minutes into the blow clip (full event can be found here).

And for those who believe the man is a plant, we believe it is James Mahoney, Director of Public Policy for BoA. You can see a photo of him here. He's on the board of directors for the New England Council, the sponsors of yesterday's Politics and Eggs breakfast.

Naturally, we would be delighted for Bank of America to refute this assumption.

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BaBaBouy's picture

Run To GOLD ...

Ancona's picture

....As fast as you can....

flacon's picture

Can somebody please capture this to YouTube before C-SPAN takes it down? This needs to go viral. 

66Sexy's picture

Perry is a fraud. He attended bilderberg. He supported forced vaccinations for our children. He is a globalist/elitist/anti american in sheeps clothing.

You simply cannot believe a word he says, because he is one of THEM.. a liar, just like Obama, Bush... the whole lot of 'em...

You guys are intelligent enough to separate the wheat from the chaff... go Ron Paul.

DaveyJones's picture

you mean the world wasn't created 10,000 years ago? I've been had

JW n FL's picture

The FIRST TIME EVER this shit was caught on video???

and now the FED and the BANKS can keep printing MINUS this idiot talking about Treason!



redpill's picture

Ron Paul Money Bomb Tomorrow, August 20

DeadFred's picture

Might be a good time to part with some of the last month's gains. Thank you Tyler.

Chicken_Little's picture

I like you pill and I'm a Ron Paul supporter, but you need to change your avatar to get more money like a nude photo of a chick you aren't.

Bananamerican's picture

That's a pretty old clip...Why is it on the hit parade again now?

We already knew was he was a "familiar" who consorted with the Douche bankers...

JW n FL's picture

BofA Cutting 3,500 Jobs This Quarter Bank of America is cutting 3,500 jobs this quarter according to an internal memo, as the biggest U.S. bank grapples with its $1 trillion problem-loan portfolio and growing economic concerns.

JW n FL's picture

A former Goldman Sachs VP named Peter Simonyi (who previously worked for the SEC) ended up working as a top staffer for Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) on the Oversight Committee under the name Peter Haller. He went on to argue against regulations on Wall Street. The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

One of the Family Posted this in print form this Morning! I ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ it then and I am sharing the video version now! BUT!! ALL Credit to the Family Member (Fight Club Family Here) who posted it Origanly!)

Goldman Sachs Lobby Slut Changes Name to Work in Congress to Lobby from the inside!! You cant make this shit up!

Pure Evil's picture

Are you sure Citi guy didn't say: brown duffle bag out back behind dumpster with large stash of unmarked bills.

Mentalic's picture

My God !! This is so appalling....And yet, nothing happens to these f***ers....

centerline's picture

JW - just a thought here.... that was way too obvious. Too easy. Plus, the media blackout on Ron Paul is just wierd. It is too "in-your-face."

What if this is all part of a bigger game to propel Ron Paul into office... then hand him the keys to a system that has been engineered to explode the moment he turns the key. The ultimate "up yours" - and to the sheeple, it might actually appear that the Fed was good and the anti-fed people are the anti-christ. So that when the system is rebuilt, the central banking scheme has a better chance of being reinstated (but a "new and improved" version of course).

pods's picture

I have thought about that scenario.  What better way to discredit the liberty movement than to leave RP holding the bag during a collapse?  Even as president, he would not have enough of a bully pulpit to override what everyone else would be saying would be the cause of the collapse. The sheep are not smart enough to see through the BS, otherwise we would have stopped this long ago.

This ship is going down, and the banksters would sure love to have someone else take the heat.


Max Hunter's picture

Sounds like what they did to Andrew Jackson...

spiral_eyes's picture

jackson was still a great president. ron paul will have "i killed the bank" on his grave, too. let's give him a chance. he might preside over a collapse — which we can blame on george w. obama — and then preside over the greatest national rebirth in the history of the world. the libertarian fdr. let's give him a chance, and hold off on the "ron paul is working for them" or "ron paul is a patsy" stuff.

centerline's picture

Wasn't suggesting he is working for "them."  His record really does indicate this is not the case.  Rather just "spidey senses" going berzerk that some of the things happening now are just too "convienient."  Probably nothing.  But no harm done tossing out the idea for this crowd to chew on... (well, except for a few retards).    

tarsubil's picture

Are you serious? Who is to say Ron Paul isn't an alien plant here to harvest our brains? There comes a point where the conspiracy theories get a little too complicated and a little too ridiculous.

dark pools of soros's picture

tell that to the anunnaki when they come back with the only REAL money... neptiods



tip e. canoe's picture

you know, what better way to get as much gold out of the ground as possible before you arrive than to get the silly humans to trick themselves into believing it's valuable again without realizing the real reason why? 

ha!  that's dr. evil style right there.

Careless Whisper's picture


but he has really really reaaaalllllllyyy nice hair, and he was a male cheerleader in college. you don't expect us to vote for a humble medical doctor who tells the truth do you?


DaveyJones's picture

he was a male cheerleader? Go team!

Spastica Rex's picture

I think they prefer to be called "Yell Kings" or something.

MsCreant's picture

Drag Queen Spas, drag queen.

pops's picture

I thought I recognized Perry from somewhere else.  Did he change his name from "Astley?"  Or was it "Roll?"


Man, the voters are really going to have egg on their faces when they figure out what he pulled on them.  That IS egg, isn't it?



granolageek's picture

Oh wow. Trent Lott again. That's an endorsement.

Bay of Pigs's picture

Roll Tide

Corndog ticket

"we like it deep and hard with no vaseline"

Perry/Bachmann 2012

Mad Max's picture



Perry/Bachmann/Palin 2012.


Because a real Dominionist has two Veeps.

JW n FL's picture

those Bama Boyz would be pissed for you sullying their Good Names.. by putting those scumbags anywhere near theirs!

Better watch out!

dugorama's picture

Sorry to correct you, and I hope you're okay with a Wikipedia source, but it's less than 10k years old (according to the Perrys of the world): :

"The earliest post-exilic Jewish chronicle preserved in the Hebrew language, the Seder Olam Rabbah, compiled by Jose ben Halafta in 160 AD, dates the creation of the world to 3751 BC while the later Seder Olam Zutta to 4339 BC"

stiler's picture

that's also because the Tablet of Nations (Genesis chap 10, I Chron 1: 4-23), which shows the unity of humanity, stands unique in ancient literature, one of the oldest family genealogies on earth gives a very precise lineage from the sons of Noah to us. For instance Ashkenaz in Gen10:3, a son of Gomer, (Ashkuza, Sake, Skythes or Scythians) an indo-Germanic tribe located south of Lake Van, branching out into Saxon, Scandia, Germany, Denmark.

The Bible is not a science book but legal/historical testaments. Yet no science has ever proven it wrong. Neither Evolution nor Creationism can be proven to be true, both are religions.

I vote for Paul. Ron, that is. He needs to create some kind of crisis to get into the news. Ya gotta play the game unfortuneately.

Flakmeister's picture

Creationism of the evangelical sort, i.e. a literal mapping of bibilical timelines is all but disproven by any reasonable interpretation of the geologic and cosmological record. Now the Catholic Church which has stated that the Big Bang is consistent with Creation by a deity is on a different footing... The Catholic Church figured out a while back that denial of science was a loosing proposition. They know how to move the goal posts...

tarsubil's picture

What I don't get is how days could pass in Genesis before the Earth was created? Then I wonder if creation could ever be literally explained to people that can't figure out simple things like global climate.

Flakmeister's picture

Yes, this is a logical inconsistency, of course, the ambiguity of the "day" is used by both sides. Smart people have been spinning this stuff for centuries....

Another bit of scientific data is the flightless Cormorant found in the Galapagos.... Hard to reconcile that one.

tarsubil's picture

I'm sorry, what exactly does the flightless Cormorant prove?

Flakmeister's picture

It is quite a strech for any intelligent design/creationist arguing that the age of the earth is 6000 years. Not to mention a host of other things...

tarsubil's picture

And the flightless bird is the key to this argument? Isn't there a lot of geological phenomena that don't rely on the molecular clock?

Flakmeister's picture

There is too much evidence for any one piece to be key.... just an example off the top of my head.

tarsubil's picture

Oh okay. We don't see eye to eye but I want you to know that I respect you.

Flakmeister's picture

Much appreciated.... it is remarkable what a little respect can do for the tone and content of the discourse...

Fed Supporter's picture

You guys are making this too complicated.

1. If God made Adam at 20 years old, could he not also make the earth 6 thousand years ago at the age of X billions?


MobBarley's picture

As a devout 'Scientist', I can argue in favor of intelligent design/creationism by merely playing with some Physical Constants.

For instance, if Time can be adjusted we can do ANYTHING! Sort of like the way radioactive decay rates are increasing

_lately_ due to the localized changing of the value of E. Physicists today now postulate that the various 22 permanent

constants are more localized phenomena, assuming differing values as one travels across the Universe.

Or multiverses, as the case may be.

A growing body of evidence suggests that gravity was weaker in the age of the Brontosaurus, allowing them

to raise their preposterously long necks upright. It does seem highly suspicious that the embedded mathematical

rules governing the behavior of a single hydrogen atom also encodes you, your computer, a network connection

to ZeroHedge, and a pesky cocaine habit. Just sayin'



tarsubil's picture

I take the localized constants as an unwinding of physics dogma. Just let science be science. The Bible and God are a matter of faith. It itself admits this numerous times. The Israelites that experienced Passover first hand were impatient with Moses and the Commandments. Judas witnessed Jesus' miracles first hand and still betrayed him. Life is a miracle we all experience everyday. Whether we want to believe and have faith is a choice we must make freely.

Flakmeister's picture

Well there is evidence that alpha, the fine structure constant, is not constant at the level of 1 part in 100,000 if you go out a red-shift   z > 1...

Sorry, that don't cut it...